Trump Gives Viewpoint On How He Thinks Majority of Americans View Christmas Holiday During ‘Woke Cancel Culture’ Period in American History

Former President Donald Trump gave his insight on what he believes most Americans think about Christmas at a time when much of the culture is shifting to the hard-left.

“America loves Christmas,” Trump tells Mike Huckabee on Newsmax’s one-hour special “Christmas in America,” which the network said premieres Wednesday, Dec. 15 at 9 p.m. ET.

“And whether you’re Muslim, whether you’re Christian, whether you’re Jewish, everyone loves Christmas and they’d say, ‘Merry Christmas’ – until these crazy people came along and they wanted to stop it, along with everything else,” he said of the so-called “woke” left.

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Trump noted his original Make America Great Again campaign that started in 2015, began with the push for Americans and the world to not fear saying, “Merry Christmas” again.

The war on Christmas did rear its head again this season, as a conservative media outlets tree was set on fire in New York City, a place Trump used to call home and now laments has been “changed” by poor Democrat leadership.

“The country had started with this ‘woke’ a little bit before that, and it was embarrassing for stores to say ‘Merry Christmas,'” Trump tells Huckabee.

“You see these big chains. They want your money, but they don’t want to say, ‘Merry Christmas,'” he added.

“When I started campaigning: ‘You’re going to say Merry Christmas again,'” Trump says to Huckabee, going on to rail against the origins of cancel culture that have permeated the “fabric” of the country.

“And now people are saying it – of course, they’re not saying a lot of other things, like George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, Thomas Jefferson, you know those names are being obliterated because of craziness,” Trump added.

“But they are saying ‘Merry Christmas’ again. We got that. That was a big part of what I was doing,” he said.